In upper-level comprehensive school, the world starts to look different. At this age, it is important to experience how knowledge gives you the ability to assess things. Pupils in upper-level comprehensive school are touched by the fates of fellow humans. What an impact an individual can have in their efforts to change the world!
Grade 7–9 pupils in Steiner schools continue to make concrete observations of global phenomena. The pupils’ own voice gradually starts to come through in the discussions about the laws governing the world: their personal worldview begins to take shape. One of the important goals of schoolwork is to become independent and take responsibility for your learning process. It takes time to find a balance between thoughts, emotions and actions.